news Top 10 most read stories this week By Robert Crawford 1st May 2015 5:54 am 3rd November 2015 4:46 pm The most read stories between 23-30 April on employeebenefits.co.uk: 1. KPMG and Santander top employers for women 2. Tribunal to reconsider if redundancy near pensionable age is allowed 3. Royal Mail, Mars and BT pledge to end mental health discrimination 4. Yeo Valley staff canteen the best in the world 5. Punter Southall integrates wearable technology with income protection 6. Asda and Unilever shortlisted for share plans 7. Centrica and Travis Perkins shortlisted for flexible benefits 8. Towers Watson acquires Saville Consulting 9. 32% will not have sufficient pension pot by age 65 10. Buyer’s guide to contract-based defined contribution pension schemes news Pensions Hayman Group improves DB pensions administration news Benefits to suit a robot shop assistant news Nomura and Yorkshire Water shortlisted for health benefits Buyer's guide news Pensions Buyer’s guide to contract-based defined contribution pension schemes news Watch Employee Benefits Wired: Mental Wellbeing at 3pm today Latest ArticlesComments Opinion Total reward Dr Rea Prouska: Non-financial strategies are viable alternatives to financial rewards news Total reward The top 10 most read stories: 11-17 April 2019 news Total reward Two-thirds believe benefits are equal to or more important than basic salary news Pensions Bank of America Merrill Lynch completes £400 million pensioner buy-in Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.